This week’s word from Sue at A Word In Your Ear’s dictionary is ISLAND. It got me thinking about how many islands I have been on other than the one I live or should I say work on. Montreal is an island which is why we are surrounded by close to crumbling bridges. A problem that stresses me out since I live on the island. But we are not talking about that, my point being, I have been quite a few islands. They are all around the same areas in the world but still, here we go on a little Island adventure. But before that, I’d like to urge you to go check out Sue’s beautiful challenge HERE. If you’d like to take part in this challenge or see other wonderful entries, just click the link.
Vancouver Island at Mile 0
Very beautiful view looking out onto from Mile 0! Canada is a beautiful country, full of hidden treasures.
Vancouver :Granville Island
Technically, its not an island from what I heard. Its just part of the name, but it is surrounded by water
A beautiful location but I’m not exactly sure where this is..perhaps Fisherman’s Wharf?
Its been a long time and Taiwan is an island so its beautiful looking out any location
On the surrounding waters of Hong Kong
I am not ON that boat but I am on another boat.
In 2009 when I went back, I went out to try to seeing the endangered pink dolphins and this was on the way.
Giant Buddha at Lantau Island
Hong Kong is surrounded by outlying islands and this is a famous landmark on Lantau Island
I did an extensive post back in November on my Hong Kong trip and 3 parts dedicated to this wonderful Lamma Island
You can find here: Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3
Looking out on the waters of Macau at night was just beautiful.
My old camera didn’t do a great job at capturing its actual beauty but still, its amazing.
For the final stop, I take you back home to the island of Montreal, intertwined with the waterways of St. Lawrence River.
These waters are from exactly there looking out of Old Montreal.